What we do Education & Training Training Training Amphibian and reptile training courses in partnership with the Field Studies Council Following on from last year's successful training partnership, last year we will again be running a range of training courses with the Field Studies Council. Courses vary from introductory level training, covering general amphibian and reptile survey techniques, that are open to all, including beginners; to more specialist courses that address specific species, such as natterjacks, or more advanced techniques including reptile survey techniques, and the well-regarded great crested newt licensing and mitigation course, which provide invaluable specialist training for professional ecologists. Please visit the FSC website for more details and to book your place. Other training Each year Amphibian and Reptile Conservation is run a series of training events designed both for volunteers and professional ecologists. To find out more about our volunteer training, please keep an eye on the National Amphibian and Reptile Recording Scheme (NARRS) website. Also, you may find that a local Amphibian and Reptile Group is running a training event near you. For further details take a look at the ARG UK website.